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Blowing the whistle: What the CCI's changed stance means for e-tailers

The Commission's latest study on the e-commerce market is almost a precursor to the Amazon-Flipkart probe order and it also sheds light on the Commission's new thought process

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India ecommerce market | India ecommerce policy | ecommerce firms

Ruchika Chitravanshi  |  New Delhi 



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Small retailers have accused Flipkart and Amazon of deep discounting and getting exclusive deals | Photo: PTI

The country’s anti-trust watchdog could play a party pooper in the online shopping paradise. Exclusive deals at two e-commerce websites, Amazon and Flipkart, and large scale discounts on products have come under the scanner of the (CCI), in what is being seen as an about-face that portends hardening of its stance going forward.

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First Published: Sun, January 19 2020. 22:46 IST

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